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clang

(klăng) [L. clangere, to peal]
A loud, metallic sound.
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But almost everything Simon, Bibby and Dickerson tried clanged off the rim.
They turned into a sloppy, tentative team on offense, bogged down by missed layups, clanged jumpers and poor execution, and a less determined team on defense.
As the gates of the jail near Washington clanged shut last night, it was revealed that Tyson is set to sign up for a course in book-keeping.
But Appleby elicited the biggest cheer from the gallery when his iron approach shot from 177 yards clanged off the flagstick to set up a 19-foot birdie opportunity.
Bryant clanged the ball off the rim, then in frustration, smacked the lens of a cameraman sitting baseline.
On New York's next possession, Larry Johnson clanged a long 3-pointer off the back rim to set up Johnson's baseline jumper.
The facilitator clanged an old cowbell and called for order.
Bearing in mind what was to come, only a few hours after the paper-delivery operative had done his duty for the Racing Post, the meeting of two sharp minds clanged with a most ironic ring.
The system being considered - more than 40 years after the last Pacific Electric Red Car clanged to a stop - would consist of a 5-mile-long loop connecting downtown landmarks from Chinatown to Staples Center, according to media reports.
The ball clanged off Berroa's glove for an error that, it turned out, was a preview of the impending disaster.